SET 1: Dire Wolf, The Rub, How Long Blues, Dark Hollow, Friend Of The Devil, Candyman, Katie Mae, She's Mine, Rosalie McFall, Tell It To Me, Wake Up Little Susie
SET 2: Easy Wind, Mama Tried, Attics Of My Life, China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, It's A Man's World, Cold Rain & Snow, High Time, Cryptical Envelopement-> Drums-> The Other One-> Me & My Uncle-> The Other One-> Dancin' In The Streets, Turn On Your Love Light
These were midnite shows so the dates are confusing for hostorians as they line up for a concert on one day, and see the actual show on the next as far as official time goes. My research from reputable sources puts this as the show billed on the 11th, not the 12th. I re-ordered this source to the commonly accepted order of high time and cold rain and snow in set two. An image of the transferred order of the reel for set two is included, and it is different. All sorts of tape pauses and cut in parts smoothed tastefully.
June 24, 2010 Subject:
This one had esacped my ears!
Thanx Jamie, Matt, & GEMS. Great acoustic set, incredible ending with an off the charts Dancing. Might be the 1st How Long Blues I've heard. Attics is a real beauty, especially for this time period. The sound is a definite C but the show is much more than that. I am playing Cold Rain and Attics on my radio show tomorrow night. Peace.
Source: Pre Broadcast Recording > PCM copy; Sony L-750ESX-HFB Dynamicron SUPER HIFI VIDEO CASSETTE-> Sony SLO-1800 STEREO VIDEOCASSETTE RECORDER-> Sony PCM-601ESD DIGITAL AUDIO PROCESSOR-> SP/DIF-> Mytek Stereo 192 Sample Rate Converter-> Upsampled to 44.1kHz/24bit-> SP/DIF-> RME FIREFACE 800-> FireWire 400-> Lenovo K450e Desktop PC-> WaveLab 6.11; Audacity and Wavelab 7.1 mastering by Jamie Waddell; tracked with Audacity-> flac level 8-> tagged with Tag&Rename and checksums with TLH
Source: Combination of the two audience recordings shnid 9379 and shnid 122707; edits were limited to volume, speed, cross-fades at the beginning and end of patches, and such elimination or reduction of drops, static, clicks, and bumps as I could obtain without losing any music; see info files for details